IAJGS 2014 – Friday, August 1 – A tour of Ancestry.com

The woman on the right is Crista Cowan fromAncestry.com.She accompanied us on the bus trip fromSalt Lake City, sharing little “tidbits” of infoas we drove along My last day in Salt Lake City was Friday August 1. Arrangements had been made for a bus trip to Provo, Utah where Ancestry.com has its headquarters. I was […]

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IAJGS 2014 – Wednesday – July 30

Wednesday at the 34th IAJGS Conference was by far my busiest day. I had something scheduled from 7:30 straight through the evening. WednesdayI started my day by attending“I Couldn’t Put it Down Series: Flipboard Your Family History” presented by Marlis Humphrey. Flipboard is a digital application used to create your own personal digital magazine. You […]

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IAJGS 2014 – Tuesday- July 29

In this post I continue to share my experience at the 34th Conference on International Jewish Genealogy in Salt Lake City, Utah. TuesdayAt 7:30 a.m., I attended the “Breakfast with the Experts – Discovering the Jewish Resources at the Family History Library” presented by Heidi Sudgen of the Family History Library.┬áHeidi gave a great overview […]

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IAJGS 2014 – Salt Lake City – Sunday and Monday

Finally sitting down to review my notes from the IAJGS conference. It was a very busy week. Here are some of the highlights: Hilton Salt Lake City Center-from their website SundayArrived at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center about 2 p.m. If you ever stay there be sure to make use of the transportation service […]

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IAJGS Conference – Bloggers dinner

First, a note of apology for the lack of posts. If you’re family (or good at noticing details) you will note that my last blog post coincides with the birth of my new grandson, Jack. He’s not really the entire reason for my temporary abandonment, but I figure everyone understands how all-consuming newborns are. (To […]

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